Joomla Iis

2/14/2022by admin

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JMS Multisites extend joomla with Multi Sites and user sharing. This allows multiple domain names or sites to have their own joomla configuration file using the same joomla installation. Starting with Jms Multisite version 1.3.77, it is also not only compatible with Joomla 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 2.5, 3.x but also partially compatible with Joomla 4.0. Jul 22, 2009 ↳ Installation Joomla! 2.5 on IIS webserver ↳ Administration Joomla! 2.5 ↳ Access Control List (ACL) in Joomla! 2.5 ↳ Migrating and Upgrading to Joomla! 2.5 ↳ Security in Joomla! 2.5 ↳ Extensions for Joomla! 2.5 ↳ Templates for Joomla! 2.5 ↳ Search Engine Optimization (Joomla!

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  1. Those working files need to be contributed to Joomla, or checked in if the person doing the integration work has privileges for that. The working files need to be accepted by Joomla, and a Zip archive with the files needs to be built and placed wherever Joomla places downloads.
  2. On certain platforms, such as Microsoft IIS, the private key is not immediately visible to you but the server is keeping track of it. Installation Instructions. Install on your Server. Before you can add SSL to your Joomla site, you’ll need to install the certificate on your server and you’ll need to remember its IP address.
  • 4How do I redirect all my traffic to https
    • 4.2In .htaccess

What is SSL/TLS?

Transport Layer Security (TLS) is the successor to Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) - although most people still refer to it as SSL in blog posts. Ever noticed the lock sign next to the URL when your browsing the internet? That means that all the data you send to that website is being sent encrypted so anyone who may have hacked your network (or similar) and can intercept your requests is unable to view any of the data - they can only see what URLs you are accessing.

Why Use TLS?

Google (and most other search engines) now treat sites using https with preference[1]. Furthermore many browsers flag any website with a form (such as a login or contact form) that isn't using https[2]

How do I setup TLS?

For setting up the certificate, the simplest way is to get your host to do it for you.

The correct certificate to buy depends on the security protections required on your website. If you don't know then probably the cheapest and easiest option is to use Let's Encrypt - it's free and depending on your host can be often be configured straight from your cpanel or plesk hosting dashboard.

If you've bought a Dedicated IP and SSL certificate, simply ask your host to help and they will get it signed and install it in the correct location for you.

How do I redirect all my traffic to https

In Joomla

The easiest way to enforce https traffic is to do it within Joomla. In Global Configuration there is a 'Force HTTPS' option which allows you to force HTTPS either in the Administrator area only or for the entire site. You'll pretty much always want the latter.

Joomla iis permissions

In .htaccess

More complex .htaccess Examples

As an example, to switch from HTTP to HTTPS on any page that has 'abc/def' or 'ghi' in the URL, add something like this:

Code:

... and to switch from HTTPS back to HTTP on any page that has 'home' or 'help' in the URL, do something like this:

Joomla Iis Url Rewrite Module

Code:

If you want to force SSL on a specific folder you can insert the code below into a .htaccess file placed in that specific folder:

Code:

Enabling HTTPS On Your Site - Joomla! Documentation

Make sure you change the folder reference to the actual folder name. Then be sure to replace www.example.com/folder with your actual domain name and folder you want to force the SSL on.

  1. https://webmasters.googleblog.com/2014/08/https-as-ranking-signal.html
  2. https://www.blog.google/products/chrome/milestone-chrome-security-marking-http-not-secure/

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